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counties in the country. that is dallas county. by a narrow 3-2 vote, dallas county commissioners voted last night to join a federal challenge to the state's voter i.d. law. now, that law requires voters to present photo i.d. to vote in person. it's one of the strictest in the nation. the law was passed in 2011 but has yet to be implemented because of a number of administrative and legal challenges, including one by the justice department. the stream court's decision this summer to strike down parts of the voter rights act cleared the way for the law's reinstatement. this joining me now, dallas county judge clay jenkins, who voted last night to join the federal lawsuit, and dallas county district attorney craig watkins. thank you for joining me. >> thank you for having us. >> glad to be here. >> judge, let's talk about the numbers here. how many people do you believe are affected by this? as i pointed out, it's considered one of the strictest in the nation. judge, how many folks are you talking about? >> well, we're in the process of drilling down to that, but we have 220,000 of our 1.1
, it was time for them to get into sales mode. >> next move was to head for the dallas market center. robin wells was one of the executives in charge. >> if you have a creative product and you want to take it to market, there's several ways but bringing it to a trade show, showing as many people as you can and finding someone to help you sell it, that's what goes on here ten times a year. >> we came to the dallas market, we were overwhelmed by how much stuff was here. we were pretty clueless. the advice we did get was to try to find a manufacturing rep or sales rep that can distribute your products and that has relationship with his retailers. >> as they walked through the trade show, they found a manufacturer's rep lit listed on the fourth floor. they took their chances and asked to speak to the owner of dallas based diverse marketing. >> they just came up to my door and asked to speak with me and said they had a great idea on this little box they were carrying. i said, well, what's it all about? christy told me, i can't tell you what's in the box. >> and he said, i don't know how i can he
- really? - yeah. we missed our connecting flight and we spent the entire day on dallas. then we spent a week on hawaii. i was on heaven. - we should play it. - well, there's no instructions. - it's dallas, the game. we can figure it out. - yeah. - i'm pretty good at board games. - well, shall we make it a little interesting? - sure. - what is this? - how did those get out? i'm sorry. - "professor copperfield's miracle legumes"? - i was in jamaica and i got lost. and it was getting dark this one night and then out of nowhere, this guy comes with a cart and he's selling these. dwigh he told me things about myself that there's no way he could have known. - that's a common swindler's trick. - probably. probably. so i buy some. i turn the corner. i feel like an idiot. so i go back to get my money. he was gone. - so you want to sell me magic beans? [laughs] - correction. i do not want to sell you professor copperfield's miracle legumes. - nice try. no, correction. terrible try. - michael called dad? - your friend michael, yes. what's going on? - um, i think i know, but i'll sound stup
coverage reveal more of america's stories. hi, my name is jonathan betz, and i'm from dallas, texas, and i'm an anchor for al jazeera america. i started in a small television station in rural arkansas. it's a part of the country that often gets overlooked. but there are a lot of fascinating people there, a lot of fascinating stories there. i like that al jazeera will pay attention to those kinds of places. what drew me to journalism is i like the idea that we are documenting history. al jazeera documents it like none other. and to be a journalist, and to be part of a team like that? that's an incredible blessing. [♪ music ] >> major developments out of japan regarding the water leak out of the fukushima water plant. the warning has been raised from the level one to a level three. the level three category means the exposure is ten times the amount for workers. they have not issued a warning of this time since the reactor meltdowns from the su tsunami of 2011. does this leak pose an immediate threat to anyone? >> well, certainly the nuclear regulational authority thinks it does. they descr
you're okay. the other story was the heat yesterday in the deep south. 105 in dallas. 104 in san antonio. it's going to be another scorching day in areas of the deep south. heat advisories are up for many spots. once again, 100 to 105. that hot forecast, as far as the airports go today, there will be a lot of clouds, showers and thunderstorms around new york city, philly, baltimore and d.c. a lot of big airports are going to have storms. that means a lot of big delays this afternoon. that's a look at your national forecast. now here is a look at the weather outside your window. many days, with that front trying to move through, it's is going to spark showers and storms through ohio and kansas city all the way through areas of the northeast. once again, we're stuck in this pattern. people in the great lakes, northeast wondering where summer went while it's 105 in dallas. >> it's been an odd summer weather, it feels like. >> yes, it's been very extreme. >> extreme weather. thanks, bill. >>> jackie robinson defaced. the ft. hood shooter working towards his own execution. plus, the b
. second down and six upcoming. first drive of the second half. rob ryan. dallas defense ravaged by injurieses last year. >> brian: keep in mind sean payton had come from the cowboys under parcels. had a close relationship with jerry jones. they chose to let go of rob ryan. you know that conversation had to be had between jones and ryan. he's an excellent football coach. he's been a coordinator nine years. he's been through seven head coaches. this is the most stable situation he's been in from oakland to cleveland. even in dallas. we know what comes with the dallas cowboys. with payton this is the most stable situation rob ryan has been in. >> thom: yates. had a wide open receiver. new york jets under enormous criticism today after what transpired last night bringing mark sanchez into the game in the fourth quarter. sanchez took a vicious hit for marvin austin. they hope he'll be all right after a disapointing start by geno smith. johnson levelled. that's kenny mccarl coming up to put the hat on him. third down and goal. today is a tough day for rex ryan. >> brian: it's an emoti
. they spent time together with the dallas cowboys in 2005. they had some familiarity with each other, and it helps >> they have both just passed their 30th birthdays, both in a new situation, both ravens now. with the wisdom of the years but the excitement of rookies. and for marcus spears and chris canty, when thoughts return to those early days, it is as teammates as dallas cowboys. speiers was the 20th player taken in the 2005 draft. canty dropped to the fourth round, but once training camp began it was a whole new ball game. >> i remember when marcus and i were drafted in dal as together. it was an exciting class to be with marcus, barber and burnett. it was a tremendous opportunity for us to come together and develop. >> we came in isaiah wide open, bushy tails. you line up against adams, lonard allen and davis, big guys like that who has been playing great football for a long time. that has a lot to do with being the type of players we are now. bill parcells was our first coach. it was a wealth of knowledge. >> coach parcells threw us into the far. i remember my first nine on s
a los vaqueros de dallas en breve en "acción deportiva"' >>dicen que es alimento de los dioses, es la chia que reduce la sangre después de una comida, tiene muchos nutrientes y es antioxidante, baja de peso, vamos a ver el tiempo guillermo quiroz . >> llega el fin de semana las condiciones son agradables pero se mantiene las bajas presiones, la advertencia del norte de lluvias y fuertes vientos. (información en pantalla) no se ha movido el sistema de baja presión ya es viernes queremos que va a pasar este fin de semana nublados que llegan por la costa, a 7 millas por hora el viento. (información en pantalla) pàra la bahía el panorama es más agradable para la semana entrate el calor sube @p >>♪ amigos buenas noches esto es "acción deportiva" arranco la fecha número 5 en méxico gallos blancos enfrentó a chiapas, el chileno empujara y estremeciera la red, penal carlos ochoa sellaba el empate'. >> fue el debut para los dodgers con los vaqueros de dallas. se metieron en el territorio de los negros, pase a las manos en un avance pase a los delfines, miami temino con la victor
we were fortunate to help our colleagues. five or sixere were cases. anyone from dallas? a third of the cases occurred in dallas. we were able to use resources to help with abatement. you already heard about the boston marathon. to get theble community ready for that arming and other such events. this is not abstract. this is going on in your communities every day to make sure you are protected from public health threats. this is to give you a reality of what happened in your state and local health departments over the last decade. i would like to have platinum level public health for all americans if we can arrange that going forward. inre has been a decline public funding for response within your communities. with these slides. we are always trying to improve our program. there are a couple of things we are trying to do. one is to enhance global health efforts. pathogens do not need passports. they are crossing borders. we used to be lucky when the incubation was shorter than the time to get here. comingwere on a ship and from the united states, you pretty much knew and you cou
as the leading country and how it fell apart. my name is jonathan betz. i'm from dallas, texas, and i'm an anchor for al jazeera america. >>my name is ranjani chakraborty, i'm from houston, texas. >>i'm kim bondy. >>nicole deford. >>and i'm from new orleans. >>san francisco, california. when i was a little kid, i just really loved the news. >>news was always important in my family. >>i knew as a kid that was exactly what i wanted to do. >>i learned to read by reading the newspaper with my great-grandfather every morning. >>and i love being able to tell other people stories. >>this is it, i want to be a part of this. >>this is what really drove me to al jazeera america. >> very much followed one of the two main camps. when they were aligned with the brotherhood and morsi, they kind of towed that line because they were against th. and like she said, they have no problem with a crackdown on the brotherhood by the military. and right now they really don't have leadership that is in the public sphere. they don't have someone who can speak on their behalf. they don't have someone who represents their o
say the same? and i'm from dallas, texas, and i'm an anchor for al jazeera america. i started in a small television station in rural arkansas. it's a part of the country that often gets overlooked. but there are a lot of fascinating people there, a lot of fascinating stories there. i like that al jazeera will pay attention to those kinds of places. what drew me to journalism is i like the idea that we are documenting history. al jazeera documents it like none other. and to be a journalist, and to be part of a team like that? that's an incredible blessing. what happens when social media uncovers unheard, fascinating news stories? >>they share it on the stream. >>social media isn't an afterthought. it drives discussion across america. >>al jazeera america social media community, on tv and online. >>this is your outlet for those conversations. >>post, upload, and interact. >>every night, share undiscovered stories. be and let me just show you what 13,000 people living under canvas looks like. they built this from scratch. the camp need clean water, sanitation. there is a lot that
. we'll explain. "fox & friends" from dallas and new york starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ "fox & friends" ♪ ♪ >>anna: almost the unofficial end of summer. folks are getting ready for labor day weekend and we are too. we're finishing our all american summer concert series. today we have country superstar justin moore. >>tucker: they're amazing already before 6 a.m. good morning, ladies and gentlemen. brian kilmeade, where are you? >>brian: here's the thing. i know it's tradition for the anchors to screw together the stage every thursday night leading into friday morning. i feel bad you two had to do it yourself because i'm out on the road. >>tucker: it was a labor of love. >>brian: how much room is there on the couch right now? tremendous. >>anna: we miss you. >>tucker: you're in dallas, texas. what are you doing there? >>brian: this is the seventh patriot golf day. as you guys know and hopefully you know at home, this day people go out anywhere you golf to participate in clubs, and a portion of the proceeds of the green fees on that day go to the families of the fallen. major dan rue
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zimmerman was pulled over for recently speeding outside of dallas, texas. zimmerman informed the officer he had a pistol in that truck. when asked zimmerman where he was going he said nowhere in particular. why do you say that? he then asked if the officer knew who he was looking at the license. when i saw the name, he said what a coincidence. after getting a clearance it there were no outstanding warrants the officer let him go with a warning. saying he needed to slow down. >>> and we'll look at the month of august on wall street with a kind note. yesterday ended pretty flat but still had the best july since 2010. for more on this, let's check in and say good important to steve, who is live for us in london. steve. >> reporter: >> yeah. it was a good month of july. whether there were head winds remain to be seen. seemed to be a quieter month than august. 1.7% growth in the second quarter. it was heartwarming for the market but wasn't downward revisions from the previous quarter. that said, pretty cagey, talking about previous modest growth. so slight down-ticking in sessions of economic gr
for subscribers in some of the biggest markets like new york city los angeles and dallas. julia has the latest. >> reporter: they couldn't agree on a deal how much timewarner cable should pay cbs for the contents for subscribers. what happened is there is a black out. if you turn on cbs in new york los angeles and dallas, your screen will have a statement from timewarner cable saying cbs demanded an outrage use increase for programming and the statement directs you to a website called twc conversations.com to show people how to find ways to access this content without getting it on television. tyler, it's not just cbs but show time. all of the show time subscribers among timewarner cable's 11 million have lost access to show time. now cbs shot back with it's statement saying that this is an ill advised action, that is affective to viewers and timewarner cable. the two companies are flame throwing. they can't come to an agreement. and in the meantime, it consumers that lose out. >> thank you very much. >>> and a sober remainder that business owners and travelers live in a
as the heat goes, it was 102 yesterday in dallas. this is five days in a row and right through this week into the weekend, easily 100 plus. dallas, you're going to go 10 to 15 days in a row of 100-degree heat. there are some showers and storms around d.c. this morning. once you're north of d.c. from philly, you'll be dry today. enjoy it while it lasts. we only have one or two more of these nonhumid days left in new england. >>> coming up at the top of the hour on "morning joe," much more on the a-rod suspension. why the slugger deserves the suspension. when we come back here, we'll huddle around the cooler. late night hosts are loving the chance to hit the pinata known as a-rod. it starts with little things. tiny changes in the brain. little things anyone can do. it steals your memories. your independence. ensures support, a breakthrough. and sooner than you'd like. sooner than you'd think. you die from alzheimer's disease. we cure alzheimer's disease. every little click, call or donation adds up to something big. woman: what do you mean, homeowners insurance doesn't cover floods? [ hear
to return to his normal schedule today. he was released from a dallas hospital on wednesday after undergoing surgery to place a stint in a blocked heart artery. >>> the national oceanic and atmospheric administration released an updated forecast for the 2013 atlantic hurricane season. and also happy birthday to roger federer who turns 32. connie stevens, 75. and oscar winner dustin hoffman turns 76. >>> keep . >>> we are following breaking news a. shooting rampage in the dallas area involving at least two different locations. we're learning children are among the victims. we'll have all the datest details next. >>> the head of one south bay school district under scrutiny accused of skroewing test resul. >>> a library sitting without any books. it could stay that way for some time. what's stopping one south bay city for opening its newest library. >>> let's take a camera shot outside. this is a live look. attempting in the darkness to see your golden gate bridge. want to talk about smooth-flowing traffic? it doesn't
. no estimate on when it is expected to be contained. >> from dallas, texas, a series of shootings left four people dead and four wounds. investigators found two dead in a dallas home and two gunshot victims. the suspect fled to a nearby suburb where he was involved in another shooting the police found four people shot at the second election, two dying. police took a suspect in custody at that location. oakland police say they dedicating of i resource available to catch the gunman who shot into a home killing a father and his one-year-old son. the 20-year-old andrew thomas and his son were sleeping in the morning of a relative yesterday morning when shots rang out. andrew died instantly. his son died at the hospital. the mayor and the police chief spoke outside the city >> this is absolutely unacceptable with children being shot while they sleep in bed. >> the two were in town for a relative's birthday and extended the stay to extend the funeral of a cousin shot and killed over the weekend. since 2011, five young children have been slot and killed in oakland, two in the last month. >> oaklan
. bill callahan is calling the plays for the dallas cowboys. played the entire first quarter. he better be the raiders starting quarterback. because the only one with a few starts under his belt. tony romo, like most exhibition games, the starters go out, ands then you have to get a magnifying glass to see who is around. here is jorell prior. not bad. he intercepted by jj wilcox. 10-6 dallas at half. the raiders win the practice game 19-17. four field goals in the contest. a couple by sebastian janakovsky. once again, regular quarterback, played one indictment he was seven for eight, jamal charles is going to finish alex smith. the new orleans saints beat kansas city 17-13. alex smith, so far so good in kansas city. when you are not very good close games, go the other way. one bright spot for the giants tonight. ryan vogel saw him back on the mound for the first time since may 20. one mistake, jj hardy gone. but vogel looked very, very good. 10th inning, chris davis hits one where the giants weren't. that is it. giants had a chance to bin it. bottom nine. they didn't score. there it is.
a kickoff last night in arkansas, the town hall road show rolls on this morning. next stop? dallas. >> and there is no more important regulatory reform that we can do than to repeal every single word of obama care. >> reporter: senator cruz and the heritage foundation hoping to whip up enough support to gut president obama's affordable care act. >> the one unifying principle in the republican party at the moment is making sure that 30 million people don't have health care. >> reporter: this as a potential government shutdown looms. the sticking point? whether government funding and health care funding should be linked. the question is, will these town halls help republicans gain momentum. >> we're here. we're loud. we're proud and we're going to fight tooth and nail to make sure congress stops this foolishness. >> reporter: two progressive groups are planning counterprotests outside the town halls while other groups are spreading the word in tv ads like this one. >> we ended up getting a $350 rebate from our insurance company. >> reporter: fears, though, even among some republicans
dinero. >>> hubo tensiÓn en el town hall en dallas, texas, para buscar o co formas de frenar la rdeforma de salud, conocida como obcama car, varios manifestantes interrmp e interrumpieron al senador por x texas, ted cruz las interrup'cionecarro cuers v varias ocasiones, carlos nbbo l botifoll ataestaba ahÍ. >>> cuando uno de los favoritos de los repuhbs coblicanos cons e conservadores, ted cruz t hablaba de impedir el obcama care, un joven le grito del su sufrimiento de su familia y del 60 % de los seis millones sin seguro medico son hispanos >>> muchos respaldan el plan de cruz para privar de fondos al l llamado obcama care, a una cuc t cuestionan la prÁctica de hasta paralizar el gobierno para log lograrlo. >>> grupos hispanos ho persiguen al senador republicano para roprotestar por sus po posiciones extremas, y dicen que le causa extraÑeza que un hijo de un inmigrante cubano se opona oponga al la rfefmeforma migra. >>> para muchos cruz es una es l estrella en ascenso de los rep b republicanos pero comentarios, agresividad le han causado problemas con miembros de su propio par
, therefore eligible to be president. cruz went the extra mile to release his birth certificate to the dallas morning news which reported cruz was born in california to an american mother, has dual citizenship. and following that report, senator cruz released a statement renouncing his canada citizenship. he says now the dallas morning news that i have dual citizenship, i'm an american by birth and as a u.s. senator i believe i should only be an american. it's odd for me to say about a guy who i disagree with on many points, he couldn't be more right. the irony, of course, it mirrors the phony scenario of those who have been arguing to this day that president obama was born overseas, mostly in kenya and not eligible to be president. he was born to an american mother in the state of hawaii that was actually in america, by the way, but the birthers are all but silent when it comes to ted cruz. cruz has already visited the important presidential primary states of iowa and south carolina and he's headed to new hampshire this month. he's giving every indication he may be thinking of running for pr
round. >>> texas is taking on dallas. quakes score twice in the first 16 minutes. a chip over the keeper but dallas rallies with two of their own. the man with one name, michelle. the game ends in a 2-2 draw. >>> what does herschel walker doing at sonoma raceway. we will see you at 11:00. an update on a newborn baby panda at the national zoo.úoúo >>> coming up tonight at 11:00, a fire near yosemite continues to grow. we will show you how much it has grown and what it looks like from space. >>> and an attack at a park. the search for the dog's owner. >>> panda caretakers at washington's national zoo will have to wait to get a first closeup look at their new resident. a tiny, one-day-old panda cub. the birth provided by the zoo. zookeepers need to do a health check. it only takes a few minutes but momma panda didn't give zookeepers an opportunity take their cub. the caretakers will listen to the cub's heart and lungs, record weight and collect a dna sample. so they will try again tomorrow if mom will give them an opportunity. >> that is it for abc 7 news at 9:00. thank you for joining us
girls in birmingham, and the carnage of the edmund pettis bridge. and thing aonee of dallas-- agony of dallas and california and memphis. through setbacks and heartbreaks and gnawing doubt, that flame of justice flickered. it never died. and because they kept marching, america changed. because they marched with civil rights law was passed. because they marched, a voting rights law was signed. because they marched doors of opportunity in education swung out so their daughters and sons could finally imagine a life for themselves beyond washing somebody else's laundry or shining somebody else's shoes. because they marched, city councils changed and state legislatures changed and congress changed and, yes, eventually the white house changed. (cheers and applause) because they marched, america became more free and more fair. not just for african-americans but for women and latinos, asians and native americans, for catholics, jews and muslims, for gays, for americans with disabilities. america changed for you and for me. and the entire world drew strength from that example. whether it be
discussion across america. share your story on tv and online. my name is jonathan betz. i'm from dallas, texas, and i'm an anchor for al jazeera america. >>my name is ranjani chakraborty, i'm from houston, texas. >>i'm kim bondy. >>nicole deford. >>and i'm from new orleans. >>san francisco, california. when i was a little kid, i just really loved the news. >>news was always important in my family. >>i knew as a kid that was exactly what i wanted to do. >>i learned to read by reading the newspaper with my great-grandfather every morning. >>and i love being able to tell other people stories. >>this is it, i want to be a part of this. >>this is what really drove me to al jazeera america. >>a. >> >> >> bankruptcy hearings resumed in detroit and has folks i with underfunded pensions worried. that's forcing some local governments to turn to taxpayers who were not supposed to be on the hook for pensions to shell out more money. reporting on one west virginia city taking extraordinary steps to stay out of bankruptcy and to keep those pensioners paid. >> reporter: charleston, west virginia, firs
. yesterday was a hot summer day from the deep south where it was in the 90s to 100 in dallas. phoenix yesterday was 111. it still feels like summer in the deep south. but rain is on its way. we're going to cool you off in dallas in the days ahead. today will be near 100 once again. but this front that is going to bring the storms to the east coast today will sag to the south. as we go into the middle of the week and the end of the week, we're going to have numerous showers and thunderstorms. we could get drenched in a few spots, up to 6 inches of rainfall in the southeast. we'll probably be talking about flooding concerns in the days ahead. >> thanks so much, bill. >>> turning to entertainment, it was a historic launch for the final run of amc's breaking bad. the critically acclaimed drama drew 5.9 million viewers, making it the highest opening episode in the show's history. >>> the salesperson who allegedly refused to show oprah winfrey an expensive handbag is fighting back in a newspaper interview. the unidentified woman is calling the media mogul's racist claim a lie saying if it h
dollars is pretty good. a nationwide manhunt continued for the man accused of. the investigation in dallas after a man went on the fatal shooting spree. a warning to u.s. air with customers. they admit that there has been a security breach. israel has temporarily shut down the airport until further notice. the spokesperson would only say that the decision was made due to the security assessment. the city as a popular tourist destination. more details as they become available. another drama attack targeted at all, the. this time a drug habit c >> x attacks have killed at least 29 people in yemen in the last two weeks. the latest comes a day after officials say they stopped the terrorists from ceasing to major oil and gas export terminals. all of this comes after the close down embassies and consulates because of a possible terrorist threat. >> allegedly of dr. a 16 year old on sunday in southern california. he is accused of killing her mother and that appears her brother is vehicle spotted in northern california and southern oregon. the accord is a they are receiving a lot of tips. a shooti
a kickoff last night in arkansas, the town hall road show rolls on. next stop, dallas. >> there is no more important regulatory reform we can do than to reveal every single word of obamacare. >> senator cruz and the heritage foundation hoping to whip up enough support to gut president obama's affordable care act. >> the one unifying principal in the republican party is making sure that 30 million people don't have health care. >> this as a potential government shutdown looms, whether government funding and health care funding should be linked. will these town halls help republicans gain momentum? >> we're here, we're loud, we're proud and we're going to fight tooth and nail to make sure congress stops this. >> two groups are spreading the word in town halls and others are spreading the word in tv ads like this one. fears among some republicans that this could backfire, losing support for a republican party trying to rebuild itself. >> shutdowns are not good a move at all. i think most americans are center right like we are and want limited government. >> now, after dallas, the tour mostly
. everybody, i want you to welcome dallas to the show! what's up! the beautiful and sexy kelly raspberry. w oprah shut down. this started an international incident. >> this is probably going to blow your mind. britney spears is going into the meatball business. >> makes sense to me. >> have you heard about the new east coast-west coast rivalry? the kardashians versus the obamas. cris j kris jenner is firing back. >> shaq, lindsay lohan. is that a recipe for disaster? >> they would be the best celebrity couple name. >> shohan. kim kardashian and kanye west. >> this is sweet 16. one of the biggest birthday parties you have. and they didn't even show up. >> let's see what's going on in dallas. >> k-fed got hitched. kevin federline went to the hard rock hotel and he eloped with his baby mama victoria prince. >> she's actually a very, very pretty girl. >> yeah. he proposed on monday and got married on tuesday. >> did he do the elvis thing? >> obviously. >> what's weird is britney is starting her biggest show. since she's there she thought she might as well start a lucrative business on the side
at a dallas home around 10:30 last night. for shooting victims were found there, two of which were dead. mere minutes later there was a related shooting in a home in nearby desoto. >> that is when they went in and each of the door -- beat the door, and then you saw them bring out stretchers. we knew at that point somebody had got shot. >> officers found 2 people shot to death and it children injured but alive. the shootings may be domestic- related. there are reports that he was a former member of the dallas mavericks dance team. in cleveland, what is being called the house of horrors is no more. video shows the demolition of the home where ariel castro held three women captive for a decade. they hope to create a park or ring space around the property -- green space on the property. these totro the detail more than 900 charges incurred in connecticut pleaded guilty to more than 900 charges including kidnapping and rape. we have all the updates on your preseason opener tonight on wbal it and are you footing the bill for college? tips on how to save a couple bucks. >> it is humid, and the humid
called to this home. the suspect was a hip hop dancer for the dallas mavericks. >>> boston bomber tsarnaev went to a door room and removed incriminating evidence. they faced charges of conspiracy. they could be sentenced to 25 years in prison. film fans remembering karen black. she died from complications from cancer. she got an oscar in five easy pieces she was. 74. you can see a slide show on our website. >>> trucks sent loads to the east span. it was a concrete pour. it is meant to keep the bridge stable in the event of an earthquake. >> it is for devices under the road deck. >> they will arrive here from vallejo for construction. >>> the number of claims rose to 330,000 last week. it is the lowest level since 2007. job growth in the u.s. remains slow. wall street has a losing streak. the dow gained 27 points. people lined up in alameda to land one of 300 new jobs at target. the job fair runs tomorrow and saturday from 8:00 to 5. formula may be more su su -- susceptible for heart disease. >>> there is a new ruling before you go to candlestick park. only clear plastic or vinyl
. >> bishop jakes is the chief pastor of the potter's house, a nondenominational mega church in dallas with one big message. bring back the american family. he is hoping to do that again through an event he's hosting called mega family 2014. he's going to do it this time in dallas, your hometown. >> i'm excited about bringing it to dallas. >> we're so glad you are back with us today. >> it's wonderful to be here. >> it's a huge event. we're talking about not just thousands of people, right. more than, what, 100,000? >> the last time we had it in america we broke all records at the georgia dome of about 100,000 people per day. we've had it in johannesburg as well. so it's an international meeting and people come from all over the world. >> i would say, maybe i'm wrong, the biggest problem in our entire culture is the breakdown of the american family. am i close to being right? >> i think it is. and the stats bear that out. and we're really trying to strengthen the family on all levels. they don't have to be perfect families to come. they can be broken families, mixed families, blended f
. let's take a look at who's on top. the dallas cowboys, that's followed by the patriots, jets, saints and giants. does it mean dallas is america's team? i have to tell you, i come from a family of dallas cowboys fans and they are die hard. >> the cowboys won one playoff game since 1996 and not america's team. america's team is the team number 14 on the list, the green bay packers. look at the packers. the packers are the only professional team that is owned by the public. they have this great history and they've actually won a world championship in this century which your dallas cowboys have not done that. >> all right. you didn't have to remind me of that, okay? we can't let you go before we take a look at the bottom five. detroit is 28. tampa bay and then arizona at number 30, the falcons are next to last and the oakland raiders are right there at the bottom. what do you think? why are these teams at the bottom? >> pam, as you can tell, i probably don't think too much about this survey and only thing to figure out is they don't have a star on the helmet or play in a $1.2 billion sta
. if you are traveling around the country, boy, hot and humid. dallas 98. 92 st. louis. a little cool down for new york city tomorrow. 82 degrees. but some monsoonal moisture thanks to a tropical system just off the southern tip of baja throwing those isolated showers and thunderstorms into arizona and even into southern california. palm springs 90 degrees. possibly an isolated thunderstorm. unfortunately it looks like some of these lightning strikes would be dry lightning strikes just near yosemite which is something they do not need. temperatures around the bay area, look for low 80s inland, 60s and 50s at the coast. monday and tuesday pretty much steady in terms of temperatures. and then wednesday and thursday we climb close it -- close to 90 inland and 80 near the bay and mid60s near the coast. cooler tomorrow. >> thank you so much, leigh. >>> people ran for their lives during the first ever great bull run held in the u.s. inspired by the spanish spectacle, the run was held at a drag racing strip in virginia. there was one minor injury. the run is scheduled to be held in the bay area n
the country, boy, hot and humid. dallas 98. 92 st. louis. a little cool downyork city tomw york city tomorrow. 82 degrees. but some monsoonal moisture thanks to a tropical system just off the southern tip of baja throwing those isolated showers and thunderstorms into arizona and even into southern california. palm springs 90 degrees. possibly an isolated thunderstorm. unfortunately it looks like some of these lightning strikes would be dry lightning strikes just near yosemite which is something they do not need. temperatures around the bay area, look for low 80s inland, 60s and 50s at the coast. monday and tuesday pretty much steady in terms of temperatures. and then wednesday and thursday we climb close it -- close to 90 inland and 80 near the bay and mid60s near the coast. cooler tomorrow. >> thank you so much, leigh. >>> people ran for their lives during the first ever great bull run held in the u.s. inspired by the spanish spectacle, the run was held at a drag racing strip in virginia. there was one minor injury. the run is scheduled to be held in the bay area next june though there set l
vencieron por un 1 a 0,, tras empatar a dallas, solo han periddo uno, el sábado vistiaran al la galaxy y los gigantes vencieron a los colorados. los campeones están a 18, san francisco jugará 6 más. >> los Ángeles están en primero,. y un novato de manchester fue elgido y dieron de baja a otros jugadores. >> jornada 4, sdan diego contra san francisco buenas tardes. >> los expertos en temas laborales estarán respondiendo dudas hasta la 7 de la tardee. >> buenas noches déjame mostrarr las imágenes de puente de la bahía a eso de lñas 7 730 estarán cerrando, todos los detalles a las 11. >> por ahora le agradezco su atención, muchas gracias ♪ >>> hoy es miÉrcoles 28 de agosto del 2013 y estos son los titulares. tropas y barcos y aviones estÁn listos en el mediterrÁneo esperando una orden de ataque contra blancos de siria. el presidente obama dijo que no tomÓ una decision. y se cumplen 50 aÑos del discurso de martin luther king. >>> y en mÉxico el hallazgo de la vÍctima nÚmero 13 podrÍa llevar al autor de la masacre del bar heaven. y maduro vuelve a provocar criticas de
:02, following the developing story in dallas. police there arrested a man for a shooting spree that ended with four people dead, four others injuries and children are among the victims. >> investigators say the man shot four people in his ex-girlfriend's home in dallas. she wasn't there. he then went about seven miles and tossed an explosive device into a house. after it detonated he went in and shot four people, including his ex-girlfriend. federal investigators are assisting now with dallas police in this investigation. >> and we are al following a developing story here, in southeast d.c., three people in custody this morning after shooting. at a separate scene, nearby someone shot an a.k. 47 at a police officer, who then fired back. the weapon was recovered, we are told the suspect got away. six people hospitalized after an apartment fire. >> this is on denver street. john gonzales is also there, he joins us with what happened. >> still a lot of activity here. d.c. police still posted here, they are protecting the scene, trying to keep people away. and d.c. firefighters also here tryin
'm from dallas, texas, and i'm n betz. i'm from dallas, texas, and i'm an anchor for >>> welcome back to al jazeera. i'm john siegenthaler. the state department says it cannot conclusively determine if chemical weapons are used on syrian civilians. opposition forces claim hundreds died after the rocket attack including some first responders. >>> the fire near yosemite has now tripled in size. it is only 2% contained down from 5% yesterday. >>> former egyptian president, hosni mubarak was released from prison today. >>> the syrian government denies using chemical weapons on its own people, we have more now from rob mathis. >> reporter: a day after hundreds of syrians, including women and children were killed and injured, a search among the dead for missing relatives. syrian opposition says more than 1300 people died. an occasion strongly denied by the president's government. but the shocking pictures of the victims have brought swift international condemnation. >> reporter: >> translator: if proven our position in france is that there needs to be a reaction. what does that mean? not to
-0 and dallas got on the board 3 minutes later. dallas got a chance to tie a minute and 72. michael that's -- kicks one way and john bush. the game ended a tie. it is currently held by dallas. >>> the raiders have been searching for a franchise quarterback. after 3 preseason games the guyn the roster, he's making his date. the latest chapte oakland's quarterback carousel. >> it was not all quarterback matt felony fault fin fault. >> they're passionate fans and you know fans expect a certain level of performance and we did not meet that. >> most of the performance came against the bear second defense. he finished with a quarterback a touchdown and that gave the fans a chance to feel a little b. >> the coach was making plays so definitely i noticed that. >> last night's game, the coach says he would have to take a look at his quarterback's situation so maybe a change is coming. >> i am not sure >>. i am going to go out there and just play the best that i can >> i am not looking for get into who's going to start, right now i am leaning on my teammates and my teammates are lea
a travÉs del y aplaudos recibieron al senador ted cruz, en dallas, que se alimentÓ los rumores que tiene aspiraciones presidenciales, cruz naciÓ en canadÁ, y respondiÓ a cuestionamiento de su elegibilidad para ser presidente, dijo que es ciudadano de estados unidos por ley, y ratificÓ el deseo de renunciar a la ciudadanÍa canadiense. dice que nunca es tarde cuando la dicha es buena. >>> los miami dolphins recibieron un homenaje pendiente, el presidente obama, recibiÓ al plantel 40 aÑos luego de coronarse campeones invictos del super bowl, desde hace quince aÑos un jugador escribiÓ cartas a los mandatarios para agasajar al equipo, cuando obama los compensÓ con la foto del recuerdo en la mansiÓn ejecutiva. estÁn de fiesta en miami, y ya lo sabe, si quiere mÁs detalles de lo compartido hasta el momento, visite univisiÓn noticias. com, desde su computadora o mÓvil, continuamos con mÁs en este ombligo de la semana en "despierta amÉrica", adelante. ♪. ♪. ♪. ♪. ♪. >>> vamos. >>> quiÉn? >>> es que la amo. >>> oye. oye. >>> no es de los que nos enteram enteramos, jacqu
corazÓn el problema fue detectado en una clÍnica de dallas donde determinaron que era necesario colocarle un... el ex mandatario de 6 # 7 aÑos podrÁ reanudar sus actividades esta misma semana. >> para hablar de esta cirugÍa y otros temas de salud nos acompaÑa nuestro doctor juan rivera, bienvenido doctor. >> hola ¿cÓmo estÁs?. >> ¿es un procedimiento comÚn?. >> es una alerta para todo, si le pasÓ al presidente que hacÍa ejercicio nos puede pasar a cualquiera, fue a su mÉdico y le hicieron una prueba de esfuerzo y estÁ midiendo... un catÉter que le ponen a travÉs de la ingle y podemos ver imÁgenes de su arte ray se encuentra una arte ray tapada se introduce una mallita que vemos en pantalla, que lo que hace expande esa arte ray para restaurar el flujo sanguÍneo y el que oxÍgeno es a bastante comÚn ni este caso le pudo haber salvado la vida. >> algo preventivo la importancia de siempre ir a su chequeo anual y siempre consultar su mÉdico y estar pendientes de su corazÓn, muy importantes. >> prevenciÓn claro. >> vamos a pasar a otro tema de salud estamos discutiendo much
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